Vision Surgery and Laser Center LASIK Reviews
Scott Buck, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist who specializes in comprehensive eye care and in vision correction surgery. He is an Indiana native who co-founded the Vision Surgery and Laser Center of Indiana with his father, Stephen R. Buck, OD. Dr. Scott Buck has focused on LASIK surgery since his residency, where at Ohio State University School of Medicine, he was the first resident trained in LASIK and other laser eye surgery procedures.
Drs. Buck and Buck feel strongly about the quality of vision provided to their patients and have incorporated into their practice only the most advanced technology and top surgical techniques. Dr. Stephen Buck has provided the highest quality eye care in the Northwest Indiana area for more than 25 years and this tradition of excellence is carried on with laser vision correction.
To determine if you are a candidate to eliminate your dependence on glasses or contact lenses, contact the Vision Surgery and Laser Center of Indiana for a free consultation at (800) 928-9103. Discuss your LASIK candidacy, detailed procedure steps and the cost of laser eye surgery (including available financing).
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Dr. Scott Buck is the chief surgeon and medical director of the Vision Surgery and Laser Center of Indiana. For LASIK surgery, the LADARVision custom wavefront excimer laser system is used. This system provides a highly accurate measurement of the corneal curvature and then programs the laser to create a customized ablation profile to correct each eye. In addition to Custom LASIK, Dr. Buck also performs standard LASIK and Epi-LASIK laser eye surgery. For those who do not qualify for LASIK, due to high myopia, Dr. Buck implants the Verisyse lens. The ReSTOR lens is also now available for the simultaneous correction of near and distance vision for cataract patients.
Dr. Buck is a comprehensive ophthalmologist who also specializes in the treatment of cataracts, glaucoma, eye muscle disorders, eyelid and diabetic eye disease.